Articles tagged with "humanities"
Pop culture in the classroom
Step aside, textbooks. In some College of the Mainland classes, students learn not just from books and PowerPoints, but with a dash of movies, music and more.
Showing students the world
Like any great storyteller, English professor Bernie Smiley sets the stage.
Fewer slammed doors the goal of Interpersonal Communications class
Words fly. Tempers flare. Voices shout - “But Criminal Minds is better than Shark Week!”
Debating superhero and everyday morality in ethics class
Choosing between saving a mentor or saving Gotham is one of the tough choices discussed in Stacey Burleson’s ethics class, which focuses on fictional and real-world dilemmas.
History in our backyard
College students looking for an alternative to national history have another option: exploring history around the corner.
Aliens and more in literature courses
Here be dragons … and other literary villains. Those looking for something different in an English course at College of the Mainland have new options this semester, from World Literature to Post-Apocalyptic Lit.